For the SSSC III contest, it is said to use one of the three prompts below with the theme of 'breaking from the mundane':
"How to cook an egg"
the catch here is that authors must submit a fantasy version. Dark, humor, political, historical, tradgedy or however creative the author wants it to be.
Prompt: A person wakes up and they have a strange feeling that they lost something very very important -- but what did they lose? It seems like they can't remember.....
Prompt: A wizard fails his hero summoning and now he can't move his (insert body part here) . . . It turns out the hero's mind was transferred into the wizard's (insert body part here) . . . how will the hero slay the demon lord when he is the wizard's (insert boy part here)?
Ruby is the daughter of a rich person. She has magic powers, maids and butlers as servants and a loyal demon lord serving her, living in a peaceful life.
“Ah! I’m bored! Please, let something happen!”
Ethan is an absconding rebel who falls to death while trying to save a child. He is transmigrated into a world where the Seraphs had created a new human race by driving out the Demons. But the humans here are not perfect and in order to satisfy th
A TOURNAMENT OF SORCERERS…
AND THE MISFIT WHO ENTERED IT.
Ever since she was a little girl, Lucy Hardtvelt has wanted to attend the same academy of magic her mother had graduated from, as well as compete in the same, famous Sorcerer’s
Lit-RPG story during an apocalypse
One day Humanity ruled the World. The next day they were gone.
The system is put into play to help Humanity cope with the